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Sophie van Llewyn is the author of Bottled Goods, a novella-in-flash, now available from Fairlight Books. For more details about the book, click here.

Sophie is represented by Juliet Mushens at CaskieMushens.

She also writes flash fiction, memoir, short stories, and she’s currently working on a historical novel set during WW2. Her prose was published in various publications, such as The Guardian, New Delta Review, Ambit, Litro, New South Journal, Banshee, The Lonely Crowd and many others. She’s also won or been longlisted for a number of competitions. Sophie was nominated for a Pushcart Prize, Best Small Fictions, Best Microfiction and Best of the Net.


For publications, please check the dedicated page here.

Sophie van Llewyn is a founding member of the critique group Flash Force Four, alongside the hyper-talented Stephanie Hutton, Christina Villafana Dalcher and Kayla Pongrac. 



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Sophie grew up in Tulcea, in south-east Romania, close to the Danube delta. As a child, she spent her summer holidays at her grandparents’ home at the seaside, in Constanta. She started writing when she was in fifth grade, and even won a third place at a country-level short story competition. She was also editor-in-chief at her school’s newspaper. But in high school, Sophie traded writing for Chemistry, and somehow forgot for many years what a joy it brought her.


Now living in Germany, Sophie picked up her writing again while on maternity leave from her day job as a doctor. She discovered flash fiction through Ad Hoc Fiction, a weekly competition. Trying her hand at short fiction, reading it intensely, doing workshops with other gifted writers helped her improve her writing and editing techniques.


Sophie van Llewyn used to be an Assistant Editor with the literary magazine Bartleby Snopes until December 2016, when the magazine sadly closed its doors.



Facebook Page:  Sophie van Llewyn

Twitter : @Sophie_van_L






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